For the 11th installment in our series on wild swimming spots, our intrepid reporter – locked down by the COVID-19 pandemic – explores some possibilities closer to home.
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For the 11th installment in our series on wild swimming spots, our intrepid reporter – locked down by the COVID-19 pandemic – explores some possibilities closer to home.
The recent spike in fighting in the north of the country appears to have dashed hopes that State Counsellor Daw Aung San Suu Kyi’s leadership could bring all ethnic armed groups into the Nationwide Ceasefire Agreement. China has expressed growing concern about the violence near its border and increased its support for Myanmar’s peace process, hosting a number of high-profile meetings.

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The ultimate penalty: Debating the death sentence
Myanmar has not executed a convict for decades, though they continue to be put on death row. While some call for capital punishment to be scrapped, others are demanding it for child rapists.